Via the GO/Metrolinx @GTS_Project Twitter feed and email update:
GTS Project Update - Public Meetings
Join us for the GTS Project Public Meetings to get an update on construction and what to look forward to in 2014. These meetings will be held in lieu of the Construction Liaison Meetings in January.
West Toronto Diamond/Junction
Thursday, January 23
6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Toronto Police Division 11 - 2054 Davenport Road
Meeting details are from a flyer distributed by Ward 18 Councillor Ana Bailao's office. You can download a PDF copy of the flyer here.
PROPOSAL TO OPEN A FAMILY RESTAURANT AT 50 EDWIN AVENUE
The Chief Designer of the Metropolis Factory, Marco Pecota, is interested in opening up a family restaurant at the Metropolis Factory location, at 50 Edwin Avenue. I invite you to a community meeting to discuss the proposed plans. Please note that I, City of Toronto Licensing Staff, Marco Pecota, and an AGCO Representative will be present to answer any questions and/or concerns you may have regarding this proposal.
I look forward to hearing from you on this proposal on Tuesday, January 14, 2014.
WHEN: Tuesday, Jan 14, 2014, 6:30 p.m.
WHERE: 50 Edwin Ave., Metropolis Factory
Note: If you cannot attend this meeting for any reason, please do not hesitate to contact my office with your questions and/or concerns.
Saturday is a campfire, supper and the Really Really Free Market. Bring your items in before 3pm but browse until 4pm and then have Mayson's warming lovely protein vitamin loaded supper and borrow some skates.
Saturday Supper Jan 4, 2014, Skating 3:30-6:30, supper with Campfire 5:30-7pm
Suggested donation for entree plus salad: $5 Dessert $1.50
Sunday is full of fun, too:
NOTICE OF COMMENCEMENT
Union Pearson Express Electrification Environmental Assessment
Date: November 5th, 2013
Location: Casa da Madeira,
1621 Dupont St. W.
This community meeting is an opportunity for residents to learn about the development at 299 Campbell Avenue. An important part of this project is the exciting potential to expand the Perth-Dupont Library. This meeting will provide updates on the project and gain important community feedback. Join me and local residents on November 5th as we review this new development and opportunities to expand this community library.
I am not a parent but here is a question I would ask parents and others. As I sit looking out of my office at the busy morning and afternoon traffic, plus construction traffic, at Perth and Wallace I ask myself why does the second busiest (and soon to be busier) intersection in JT not have a crossing guard? I have asked people about this and nobody seems to know. I think it is worth asking especially with so many little folk in the area now. I have left messages with our school trustee but she has never called me back.
Please join Perth Avenue P.S. And St. Luigi Catholic School for a fun filled festival.
Thursday September 26 in the playground from 3:15 until 7:00 p.m.
There will be many exciting games for children to participate in as well as bouncy castles, Cotton Candy and Popcorn. Also, we will be BBQ'ing hot dogs and serving refreshments. Anyone can join in and there will be tickets to buy at the schoolground. Special bonus is the great raffle draw items, fun cake walk, and a bake sale.
Event info from the Art Spin website:
The Fourth Annual Art Spin Exhibition
158 Sterling Rd. (West of Lansdowne, North of Dundas)
Opening Reception Thursday August 29th , 7pm - 1am
Exhibition runs August 30th - September 1st
Hours are 12-7pm Friday and Saturday, 12-5pm Sunday
Built in 1920, the Tower Automotive building had an industrious history in aluminum, sheet-casting and automotive parts. In 2005 it was designated a heritage site and then shortly thereafter, closed. For years the ten story historic structure sat abandoned, occasionally accessed by trespassing graffiti artists, photographers and urban explorers alike.
The Fourth Annual Art Spin Exhibition takes its cue from the building it occupies, featuring works that explore its industrial heritage and history of neglect and decay while highlighting the disappearance of Toronto’s industrial past.
This group exhibition curated by Layne Hinton and Rui Pimenta of Art Spin features works in various mediums including site-specific installation, sculpture, painting, photography, new media, and performance art.
On Tuesday, August 20th 2013, at around 9:40PM, a "violent street robbery" occurred on Bloor St. by the West Toronto Railpath bridge.
On August 23rd, Toronto Police 11 Division sent out the following alert:
Robberies - 2 violent street robberies occurred - one at Bloor Street West and Perth Avenue and the second one was at Osler Street and St. Clair Avenue West
I requested more info, and got a reply today with details:
The robbery occurred on Tuesday 2013.08.20 at around 9:40PM. The actual location it occurred was at Bloor Street West at the West Toronto Railpath bridge. It was a purse snatch type robbery. The culprit was described as male wearing dark clothing.
The matter has been assigned to the 11 Division Major Crime Unit and the investigation is ongoing.
If anyone has any information about this, please contact Toronto Police 11 Division.
For residents along the Georgetown Corridor here is the link to all of the work and comments by Community Committees looking into Metrolinx's proposed 5 metre high noise walls and their design. You will find designs and comments to this point so take a look.There will be public meetings in September where people will be able to give their feedback. The participation in these meetings by community members is not necessarily an endorsement of the walls, the process, or the designs. Nor are Metrolinx's designs the only ones that are being proposed. Nor is there in our area